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Heirs was the love story of all timeStarry eyed she surrendered to passion Unfortunately it was 1961 Pregnant girls were sent away and their babies given up for adoption History was repeating itselfNature vs nurture Which plays a greater role in who we become The family we were raised in or the parents we neve. I m so grateful that I got to experience this wonderful world that the author has created I could tell that this book involved an abundance of creativity and that it will be a big hit The cover captured me and the storyline satisfied me I love that this book is set in a storyline which enhances the book itself The author made this book so amazing and I would totally recommend that people buy it when it gets released I would most definitely rate this five stars for people who like books that are mysterious I could also see a little bit of romance involved I know that personally I would be re reading this book over and over I can t get enough Once again I m so grateful for the opportunity to experience this majestic world and would totally recommend it to other bookworms like myself The front cover was amazing and colorful and really drew me towards this book The Exploration of the Male Anatomy passion Unfortunately it was 1961 Pregnant girls were sent away and their babies given up for adoption History was repeating itselfNature vs nurture Which Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals plays a greater role in who we become The family we were raised in or the All Night Long (Nannies, parents we neve. I m so grateful that I got to experience this wonderful world that the author has created I could tell that this book involved an abundance of creativity and that it will be a big hit The cover captured me and the storyline satisfied me I love that this book is set in a storyline which enhances the book itself The author made this book so amazing and I would totally recommend that The Freeze-Frame Revolution people who like books that are mysterious I could also see a little bit of romance involved I know that The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 personally I would be re reading this book over and over I can t get enough Once again I m so grateful for the opportunity to experience this majestic world and would totally recommend it to other bookworms like myself The front cover was amazing and colorful and really drew me towards this book

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Her young life changed in an instant Now she shares her story with the child she gave awayAdopted at birth Marylee's parents told her she was a chosen child She tried her hardest to be a model daughter but divorce sent her into the comforting arms of a handsome Catholic boyIt's a familiar story Romeo and Juliet T. 45Thank you Bookish First for a copy in exchange for an honest review Learn to Forget A Memoir of Pregnancy and AdoptionFrom the first page I knew I would love this book Memoirs are becoming one of my favorite genres because of how emotionally tied I become to the person but I felt this even with Marylee s story Knowing that what is written actually happen just has a different effect on me It s crazy reading everything that she went through If nothing said this was a real life story I would think it was a work of fiction and that is a compliment The way she expressed her experiences was like you were right there with her I liked that this memoir doesn t feel like a memoir It is written as a story taking us through step by step This memoir covered her journey as she tried to find her child she surrendered at a young age It tells us her experience before becoming pregnant what led to her being pregnant and what happened in her life because she became pregnant It was very interesting to see how people in that time reacted to her getting pregnant that young and out of wed lock Truly it took me by surprise all that they had to sacrifice to keep it a secret Even though I don t think I would ever be able to give up my child she explained it in such a logical way of why she felt forced I felt the pressure from the people around her and social expectations I also had many moments where I felt bad for her and understood her pain Like when she realized she wished she was able to keep him At first I wasn t sure how this book would be able to last over 300 pages but after reading it I feel like we need a seuel She was only able to touch the surface of her life At the end you get a uick overview of what happened after her first pregnancy and I am just amazed at what she has gone through and accomplished in her life I was never bored in this book I was always engaged waiting to see what happened next This book really had a great impact on me and I don t think I will forget it anytime soon This is my favorite memoir I have ever read Her writing style made it interesting but also for me I have always been drawn to stories where they are emotionally tied like surrendering a child An impactful story and I definitely recommend Gravitys Rainbow parents told her she was a chosen child She tried her hardest to be a model daughter but divorce sent her into the comforting arms of a handsome Catholic boyIt's a familiar story Romeo and Juliet T. 45Thank you Bookish First for a copy in exchange for an honest review Learn to Forget A Memoir of Pregnancy and AdoptionFrom the first Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone page I knew I would love this book Memoirs are becoming one of my favorite genres because of how emotionally tied I become to the Pretend God Is Deaf person but I felt this even with Marylee s story Knowing that what is written actually happen just has a different effect on me It s crazy reading everything that she went through If nothing said this was a real life story I would think it was a work of fiction and that is a compliment The way she expressed her experiences was like you were right there with her I liked that this memoir doesn t feel like a memoir It is written as a story taking us through step by step This memoir covered her journey as she tried to find her child she surrendered at a young age It tells us her experience before becoming Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide pregnant what led to her being Las Puertas Del Amor pregnant and what happened in her life because she became Discoveries pregnant It was very interesting to see how A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 people in that time reacted to her getting Idenics pregnant that young and out of wed lock Truly it took me by surprise all that they had to sacrifice to keep it a secret Even though I don t think I would ever be able to give up my child she explained it in such a logical way of why she felt forced I felt the Night Owl Loonette pressure from the Deadshifted (Edie Spence, people around her and social expectations I also had many moments where I felt bad for her and understood her El agujero del infierno pain Like when she realized she wished she was able to keep him At first I wasn t sure how this book would be able to last over 300 The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) pages but after reading it I feel like we need a seuel She was only able to touch the surface of her life At the end you get a uick overview of what happened after her first Teddy pregnancy and I am just amazed at what she has gone through and accomplished in her life I was never bored in this book I was always engaged waiting to see what happened next This book really had a great impact on me and I don t think I will forget it anytime soon This is my favorite memoir I have ever read Her writing style made it interesting but also for me I have always been drawn to stories where they are emotionally tied like surrendering a child An impactful story and I definitely recommend

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R knewIn telling her adult son the story of his birth can the narrator find compassion for her own wounded inner childIf you like truthful accounts laced with the passion of youth and the wisdom of age read Marylee MacDonald's funny and poignant memoir about how we grow up grow old and learn to accept ourselve. Readers can walk down Memory Lane back to 1961 and the days before family planning


10 thoughts on “Surrender

  1. says:

    Have you ever read a heartbreaking tale that just changes your perspective and fills you with empathy and compassion for people you have never met? Well if not this is that book The details paint a clear picture of that time and the brokenness

  2. says:

    45Thank you Bookish First for a copy in exchange for an honest review Learn to Forget A Memoir of Pregnancy and AdoptionFrom the first page I knew I would love this book Memoirs are becoming one of my favorite genres because of how emotionally tied I become to the person but I felt this even with Marylee’s story Knowing that what is written actually happen just has a different effect on me It’s crazy reading everythi

  3. says:

    This is a well written memoir focusing on a mother’s experience of having to give up her oldest child for adoption I really enjoyed the par

  4. says:

    MacDonald’s memoir is both an unforgettable and exuisitely written narrative of the complex psychological impact of adoption and a journey to understanding and acceptance MacDonald was born to a fifteen year old unwed girl in 1945 a

  5. says:

    I’m so grateful that I got to experience this wonderful world that the author has created I could tell that this book involved an abundance of creativity and that it will be a big hit The cover captured me and

  6. says:

    Surrender by Marylee MacDonald is an emotionally wrought memoir of the hard choices a woman is forced into when she becomes pregnant out of wedlock MacDonald writes poignantly about her personal experiences and shares many nuggets of wisdom though what was most striking about MacDonald's account is that it is not

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    The experience of reading this novel is best summed up in a uote from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens It was the best of times it was the worst of times The storyline is heart wrenching something sure to have the read

  8. says:

    I cannot thank the author enough for writing this book I have already suggested it to some of my friends

  9. says:

    Readers can walk down Memory Lane back to 1961 and the days before family planning

  10. says:

    Surrender A Memoir of Nature Nurture and Love by Marylee MacDonald It is a moving coming of age story about adoption straight from the heart The author's memoir chronicles a life of difficult circumstances and heartbreaking decisions and her lifelong path to healing From the first few paragraphs you will be touched by how adoption

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